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Author Archives: Phil Lancaster
Recently, Hyundai released a flying car concept that it was bringing to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The full-scale prototype was then displayed at CES. Now the South Korean automaker has upped the ante.
Not only will Hyundai mass produce these electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft, but it will also deploy them for Uber’s promised air taxi network.
Uber announced its aerial ambitions back in 2016 with a white paper that outlined a future “Uber Elevate” project. The ride-hailing company has said it wants to perform its own test flights in 2020, and plans to launch some version of an air taxi service in 2023, starting in Dallas Texas, Los Angeles, California and Melbourne, Australia.
This is the question I was asked in an email yesterday.
As I no longer do any rideshare driving, I decided to put the question to other Rideshare Guy members.
Here's the original email to me:
"do you have any suggestion for best uber insurance in Melbourne thanks"
Here's what I sent out:
What kind of a driver are you? Have you mastered the most important thing that we do, the passenger pickup? There can be so many complications: Passenger’s not ready. Bus zones. Double parking. These are the things that we’re going to cover in this video.
Stick around because, at the end of the video, he's going to share with you the number one tool we have to become an expert at the passenger pickup. Scroll to the video transcript below to read the points covered in the video.
This video is from a US based driver, so you can ignore references to Lyft.
And when he talks about planning your pickup so that your passenger is on the right, that's because they drive on the right side of the road. For here, it's on the left, of course.
Here's some rideshare stuff happening in the U.S.
Some frightening, like the young driver being shot at over a $10 McDonald's delivery.
Some Covid-19 related, like face recognition software being employed to ensure passengers are wearing masks.
And some interesting, like all of the new rideshare startups in response to Uber and Lyft's legal stoushes.
A lot of work, knowledge and experience went into creating the 8 books making up the Internet Marketing FAST box set. So why am I giving it away? There must be a catch...
Well, there's two. Sort of...
First up, most people pay for it. The eight books are published on Amazon individually, and that's where most people who want to create an online business buy them from.
You can only get them for free by invitation.
Like this one.
And the other catch, if you could call it one, is that I understand that most people can't build something new just by reading about it in books. They need to be shown, they need to practise what they've been shown and they need personal help and mentoring.
It's no secret that I'm a big fan of Electric Vehicles and believe that they're a future that's arriving rapidly.
Apparently I'm not the only one who thinks so.
If you'd been asked just a few weeks ago "What is the most valuable car manufacturer in the world?" (as measured by stock market valuation) the answer would have been Toyota.
Now it's Tesla.
In fact, Tesla is now worth more than the next five car manufacturers combined!
Thank you to all the extra drivers who added their results to the survey since they were first published yesterday. There were some significant changes, so I've republished them here.
This chart reflects increased pessimism. The original chart showed 64% reported that their rideshare business was worse or much worse because of the pandemic. This has increased to a whopping 78%.
The survey results are in and the results are interesting. If you didn't get around to completing the survey yesterday, you can still do so at https://rideshareguy.com.au/please-complete-this-short-rideshare-survey/. I'll be happy to republish the results if the figures change significantly.
The chart above is just one of the results from one question. As you can see, 64% of respondents felt that their rideshare business was worse or much worse because of Covid-19.
Let's have a look at the rest of the results.